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How to locate my snapshot file ?

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Apr 16, 2011 Apr 16, 2011

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Hi there,

I know this is an easy question but I am stuck.

I just did a snapshot & it has a camera click like sound. (I click on the small icon below the window).

Question is, how do I locate the file ?

Thanks a lot.

Cheers

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Apr 16, 2011 Apr 16, 2011

Are you talking about the Export Frame button in the Program Monitor panel in Premiere Pro?

I suspect that you're not---that you're actually talking about the Take Snapshot button at the bottom of the Composition panel in After Effects.

The reason that I'm confused is that you're asking in the Premiere Pro forum, but you mentioned the button making a sound, which happens in After Effects.

Anyway, if you're talking about After Effects, the snapshots aren't written to disk; that's not what they're fo

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Are you talking about the Export Frame button in the Program Monitor panel in Premiere Pro?

I suspect that you're not---that you're actually talking about the Take Snapshot button at the bottom of the Composition panel in After Effects.

The reason that I'm confused is that you're asking in the Premiere Pro forum, but you mentioned the button making a sound, which happens in After Effects.

Anyway, if you're talking about After Effects, the snapshots aren't written to disk; that's not what they're for. See this page.

If you're talking about Premiere Pro, just click the button again, and you'll see the path to where the exported frames are written.

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Apr 17, 2011 Apr 17, 2011

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Todd_Kopriva wrote:

Are you talking about the Export Frame button in the Program Monitor panel in Premiere Pro?

I suspect that you're not---that you're actually talking about the Take Snapshot button at the bottom of the Composition panel in After Effects.

The reason that I'm confused is that you're asking in the Premiere Pro forum, but you mentioned the button making a sound, which happens in After Effects.

Anyway, if you're talking about After Effects, the snapshots aren't written to disk; that's not what they're for. See this page.

If you're talking about Premiere Pro, just click the button again, and you'll see the path to where the exported frames are written.

Sorry Todd for the confusion.

I am actually talking about AE & I posted on the wrong section.

And thanks the answer is Compostion > Save Frame As

Thanks again

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Apr 17, 2011 Apr 17, 2011

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Ryan,

Hey, I just learned something from your post - did not know that the Export Frame/Snapshot button in AE made a sound. Now I know, so all is not lost.

Good luck,

Hunt

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Apr 17, 2011 Apr 17, 2011

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the_wine_snob wrote:

Ryan,

Hey, I just learned something from your post - did not know that the Export Frame/Snapshot button in AE made a sound. Now I know, so all is not lost.

Good luck,

Hunt

Haha Bill, really glad you can learn something bcos I am always the one asking you questions. Hahhaa

You are the same Bill from muvipix, rite ?

Cheers

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Apr 17, 2011 Apr 17, 2011

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You are the same Bill from muvipix, rite ?

That is correct. However, I have not spent as much time there, as I used to. Just been too busy to be on that many fourms. Heck, I am even seldom posting to my favorite wine and food forum nowadays.

Good luck,

Hunt

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I mean, God Forbid Adobe could just make something easy.

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